POCATELLO, Idaho — Montana was down 21-13 at halftime. But don't tell the Grizzlies that. 

After scoring 26 points in the second half, the Grizzlies battered the Bengals to come up with the 39-31 win Saturday at Holt Arena.

This was the first win of Montana coach Bob Stitt's Griz tenure where his team came back to win after being down on the road. 

Redshirt freshman quarterback Gresch Jensen orchestrated the comeback and completed 23 of 35 passes for 360 yards with four touchdowns through the air. He added 23 yards rushing with a rushing touchdown too. 

Justin Calhoun had three receptions for 86 yards and Samori Toure had three receptions for 82. 

On the ground, Jeremy Calhoun had 15 carries for 90 yards and Alijah Lee had 12 carries for 48 yards and a touchdown. 

The Griz defense sacked Bengal quarterback Tanner Gueller six times on the day. Leading the charge there was Jesse Sims who had 2 1/2 sacks. 

In terms of total tackles, Connor Strahm and James Banks had a tied team-high 14 tackles. 

Amie Just covers Griz football for the Missoulian, among other things. Follow her on Twitter @Amie_Just or email her at Amie.Just@406mtsports.com.